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post #526 of 1215 Old 10-12-2013, 04:37 PM
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post #527 of 1215 Old 10-12-2013, 04:39 PM
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Here it is and don't go by what this azzhat has to say about your product. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/mo...evity-1450739/ If you read some of his other posts you will see he doesn't know what he is talking about.
Excuse me, but where do you get off calling me an azzhat and how do I not know what I'm talking about? For your information I watched as my niece slipped and almost bashed her teeth out on the roll bar. That's all I needed to see to come to my conclusion that this product bites donkey nuts.
I also called and emailed to get some possible solutions. No response and that's why the customer service sucks. I will keep putting the word out about this product and try to steer others away from this disaster in a can.
As for cuder, PM me and we can discuss this more. It appears you have issues with people giving their opinions.....
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Thanks for posting pics of my jeep magnetman.

Let me know what you guys all think of the jeep.
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Excuse me, but where do you get off calling me an azzhat and how do I not know what I'm talking about? For your information I watched as my niece slipped and almost bashed her teeth out on the roll bar. That's all I needed to see to come to my conclusion that this product bites donkey nuts.
I also called and emailed to get some possible solutions. No response and that's why the customer service sucks. I will keep putting the word out about this product and try to steer others away from this disaster in a can.
As for cuder, PM me and we can discuss this more. It appears you have issues with people giving their opinions.....
I'm not going to call you names or anything...& you are entitled to your opinion....& I'm entitled to express mine:

Any bedliner I've personally seen (linex, rhino, raptor) is somewhat slippery in certain conditions, obviously it will be. I think some people need to pay attention to things like that & not blame vendors or anyone else for obvious things like that. I know to tell people, especially a girl I know who's shorter, to be careful getting in & out b/c the floor can get slippery when it's wet...

It sucks your niece slipped & I genuinely hope she's okay & doesn't hurt herself, but I also think you shouldn't just blame it on the product.

Why not have some type of floor mat? That seems much easier than removing the liner.

& fwiw, I've had great customer service every time I've dealt with Magnetman...even on weekends.

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Excuse me, but where do you get off calling me an azzhat and how do I not know what I'm talking about? For your information I watched as my niece slipped and almost bashed her teeth out on the roll bar. That's all I needed to see to come to my conclusion that this product bites donkey nuts.
I also called and emailed to get some possible solutions. No response and that's why the customer service sucks. I will keep putting the word out about this product and try to steer others away from this disaster in a can.
As for cuder, PM me and we can discuss this more. It appears you have issues with people giving their opinions.....
If you need a anti-slip surface, you should use some anti-slip products. Most have sticky back or self adhesive, it should stick to the liner surface. I have not heard of liner being considered an anti-slip surface, more of a liner to protect the surface. Maybe I need to read more but it seems like each has it's own use.

My (5yr old) Son slipped of a nerf bar/side step on our F-550 and hit the gravel full force with his front teeth, Went straight to the dentist, not the ER and the dude saved his all his teeth, even the ones sticking at a 90 degree angle backward.
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Thanks for posting pics of my jeep magnetman.

Let me know what you guys all think of the jeep.
I'll give it thumbs up! We are (in ca terms) neighbors. were are you going to run it when ready?
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im hoping to have it all done and running by the end of the year. I want to take it to Johnson valley for the king of the hammers in Feb.
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Excuse me, but where do you get off calling me an azzhat and how do I not know what I'm talking about? For your information I watched as my niece slipped and almost bashed her teeth out on the roll bar. That's all I needed to see to come to my conclusion that this product bites donkey nuts.
I also called and emailed to get some possible solutions. No response and that's why the customer service sucks. I will keep putting the word out about this product and try to steer others away from this disaster in a can.
As for cuder, PM me and we can discuss this more. It appears you have issues with people giving their opinions.....
You should not be expecting ANY bed liner product to provide a anti-slip product. I currently have no experience with Monsta Liner but I can chime in on Line-X products; if left in the weather they fade, and they provide as much of an anti-slip surface as a bare truck bed. I was on a camping trip once and one of my dads best friends slipped on the Line-X bed liner and his a$$ landed on the turn over ball that was in the truck. I don't blame the product for what happened however, it was our fault for leaving the ball turned up. The bottom line is that you shouldn't blame a company/product for something that happened that is unrelated to their product and realize that accidents happen, Monsta Liner never claims that their product provides an anti-slip surface so don't expect something that is isn't.
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the ram looks great. nice job.
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That sans on the cj looks great very classy classic looking color !


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Excuse me, but where do you get off calling me an azzhat and how do I not know what I'm talking about? For your information I watched as my niece slipped and almost bashed her teeth out on the roll bar. That's all I needed to see to come to my conclusion that this product bites donkey nuts.
I also called and emailed to get some possible solutions. No response and that's why the customer service sucks. I will keep putting the word out about this product and try to steer others away from this disaster in a can.
As for cuder, PM me and we can discuss this more. It appears you have issues with people giving their opinions.....
Sounds like you have a hard time following instructions? You can apply it so that it's relatively flat or you can give it an extra couple rolls once the monstaliner gets tacky and it gives the product extra depth and character.

The first time I did mostaliner I only applied it and it wasn't textured enough for me. Second jeep I did I gave it an extra roll and it came out very textured and isn't slippery at all

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